Calhoun County (Mich.)
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
The Hicks family papers include three letters (1841-1846) from members of the Younglove family to William and Nabby Hicks which discuss family affairs, crop conditions in Fitchburg, Massachusetts, and the state of the Democrat and Whig parties in New York. Also included are a Civil War pass (1861) issued to George Hicks at St. Louis, Missouri, a contract (1871) for the building of a home, and a widow's government pension (1878) granted to Nabby Hicks.
This collection includes the minutes of meetings (1844-1852) of a Baptist church society of Calhoun and Jackson Counties, Michigan, and the articles of incorporation (1876) of the First Baptist Church of Springport, Michigan. Also included are two receipts, one for the purchase of a ball (1887) and the other for the purchase of a grave stone (1879), and a large account book listing the prices of various items (1844-1889).